Thread: Xbox One
6/20/2013 2:56pm, #131
This was funny.
As far as using the heat thing as a selling point its not something they have been emphasizing. Its something I have noticed by looking at the design and specs. They have made minor mention that the case is designed for heat management. What I see is that they are actually taking heat as a serious consideration this go around. This is a good thing no matter how you try and slice it.
6/20/2013 3:03pm, #132
Both systems had problems. You want to argue whose was worse go ahead. You brought up reliability and gimmicks not me.
LOL at fixing a problem being a gimmick.
6/20/2013 3:03pm, #133
6/20/2013 3:05pm, #134
6/20/2013 3:11pm, #135
The problem with the Xbox 360 overheating and requiring repairs is a multifaceted subject. It involves Microsoft cutting corners during research and development, as well as bypassing the testing process required to ensure that the console was free of errors before putting it on the market. The heart of the matter is the heat generated during operation. The solder used to attach the GPU chip and the CPU chip to the motherboard is unable to withstand these temperatures. In essence, the heat causes the solder to become brittle and fragile, forming cracks and fissures in the soldered joints. The heat sinks used to cool the chips are too small to operate effectively, and the protective thermal paste used on the chips is likewise ineffective against overheating.
6/20/2013 4:08pm, #136
I skipped ahead of all the ****** **** and just watched the little trailer at the end. Here's all I want to know:
1. Will I be able to play as Scott Fiedler?
2. Will Greg Jackson's fighters be able to pinch their nipples at the start for a power boost?
3. Will Forrest Griffin cry and run out of the ring whenever he loses?
4. Will there be accurate penis physics whenever Dennis Hallman's phallus falls out of his speedo?
If I was making the game, it would be a yes to all of them.
6/22/2013 3:31pm, #137
I played Elevator Action Death Parade today.
There are just no fucking rules for arcade light gun games.
6/26/2013 11:14pm, #138
- Join Date
- Nov 2011
- Gulfcoast, MS
6/29/2013 8:15pm, #139
Apparently the Kinect can assess aspects of the user's body, such as heart rate. I hope that technology is also included in Google Glass. I want to be able to feel like Daredevil.
I get the impression that we have enough awesome technology around to be living in the Blade Runner universe, but instead we're using it in the faggotiest ways possible.